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The Bridge at the End of the World: Capitalism, the Environment, and Crossing from Crisis to Sustainability | [James Gustave Speth]

The Bridge at the End of the World: Capitalism, the Environment, and Crossing from Crisis to Sustainability

How serious are the threats to our environment? Here is one measure of the problem: if we continue to do exactly what we are doing, with no growth in the human population or the world economy, the world in the latter part of this century will be unfit to live in. Of course human activities are not holding at current levels—they are accelerating, dramatically—and so, too, is the pace of climate disruption, biotic impoverishment, and toxification.
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How serious are the threats to our environment? Here is one measure of the problem: if we continue to do exactly what we are doing, with no growth in the human population or the world economy, the world in the latter part of this century will be unfit to live in. Of course human activities are not holding at current levels—they are accelerating, dramatically—and so, too, is the pace of climate disruption, biotic impoverishment, and toxification.

In this book, Gus Speth, author of Red Sky at Morning and a widely respected environmentalist, begins with the observation that the environmental community has grown in strength and sophistication, but the environment has continued to decline, to the point that we are now at the edge of catastrophe.

©2008 Yale University Press (P)2008 Yale University Press

What the Critics Say

"Speth is a maestro - conducting a mighty chorus of voices from a dozen disciplines all of which are calling for transformative change before it is too late. The result is the most compelling plea we have for changing our lives and our politics. And it is a compelling case indeed." (Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.)

"With candor, cadence and clarity, Speth presents a compelling case for prompt action, making this book a must-read on the subject." (Bloomberg News)

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